Oswego Mayor Thomas Gillen and members of the Common Council have announced the City of Oswego Council meetings and Committee meetings are now available for viewing on the day following the meeting date, on the link to our YouTube channel.
The public can now go to that link and watch tapings of both the committee and council meetings. They can also do a YouTube channel search for “City of Oswego”and the meetings will show up in this search as well.
Live broadcasts of the meetings are still being arranged through Time Warner Cable, and as soon as they are available, we will make that announcement.
As a balloon drifts by, the moon can be seen in the bottom part of the frame. The hot-air balloons were a fabulous site as they floated across the sky Friday night. Some children who live in Sandy Creek were seen running down Harwood Drive chasing the balloons and waving up to those riding in the baskets. Many residents came out of their houses and drivers stopped their cars to snap shots with their cell phones.
Two balloons take off over the fairgrounds during the first night of the Oswego County Balloon Fest.
One of the most colorful balloons is shown right after its takeoff on the first night of the Oswego County Balloon Fest at the fairgrounds in Sandy Creek. Hundreds of people were on hand to watch the balloons, listen to live music, eat food and visit the bounce house and petting zoo.
Sixty-nine graduating seniors were recognized in a special ceremony and banquet at G. Ray Bodley High School for having achieved high honor academic status all four years of high school. Continue reading →